Norwegian Operating Nine Aircraft As Restructuring Moves Ahead
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Norwegian Air Shuttle said it was operating nine aircraft after “positive” Christmas bookings, representing a small improvement in its activities from the six aircraft it had been operating in previous weeks.
Lufthansa Faces Huge Problems In Planned Transformation
Late last year, just before the holiday break, German pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit and Lufthansa Group had some news to share. The pilots agreed to forgo planned salary raises and to extend by one year the short-time work scheme that is largely funded by the federal government and that aims to keep people employed across the economy.
DOT Secretary Chao, 'Deeply Troubled' By Trump Protest, Resigns
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The U.S. political crisis spilled into the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) Jan. 7 when DOT secretary Elaine Chao became the first cabinet official to resign in response to the Jan. 6 mob invasion of the Capitol building by President Donald Trump supporters.
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